Now That The Yankees Have Had Time to Set Up a Killer Party for Him, Jorge Posada Officially Announces Retirement

January 27, 2012

Months after most baseball fans assumed he would retire, and weeks after it was informally announced that he would retire, Jorge Posada actually said the words, “I’m going to retire.”

Say Goodbye to Jorge and His Chins

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MLB Working to Ensure World Series is Always a Rematch

November 17, 2011

Major League Baseball is going in for a realignment… because why should the National Basketball Association be the only league pissing off their fans right now?

Soon There Will Be One Two-Sided Bird

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Yankees Avenge 2004 With Calculated, Dramatic Loss

September 29, 2011

Minutes after Boston lost in Camden Yards, the Yankees gave up a home run to Tampa Bay’s Evan Longoria.”That was easy,” Scott Proctor said.

Wamp wamp

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Billy Crystal to Pitch Final Game of Season for Yankees

September 27, 2011

Crystal at Practice Tuesday

Looking to literally “play” the last series of the season, the Yankees have named the longtime fan and lovable comedian Billy Crystal the starting pitcher for Wednesday’s final game of the regular season.

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Baseball Players in Heat

July 22, 2011

It’s gotten hot out there – so hot – but some people can’t be gettin’ so hot that they’re gunna take their clothes off. We talked to Major League Baseball players in their double knit polyester uniforms about the countrywide heatwave.

We're Gunna Need More Deoderant

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ESPN SportsNation Statistics

July 8, 2011

The Worldwide Loudmouths of Sports, ESPN has published data from its featured polls to SportsNation (not an internationally recognized country).

State Shapes Are As Abstract as Polls

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